Proverb or Idiom
Proverb: a wise saying
Idiom: a combination of words that has a figurative meaning owing to its common use, separate from its literal meaning.
Both are similar expressions and can be found in many languages/cultures.
Scrap a proverb or idiom and show a literal image/photo/representation of the expression.
1 winning page (top 3) per person. If anyone has more than one page in the top 3, page(s) with the lowest score will be removed after voting has ended.
Voting will end before challenges ends.
(Icon found at Westbourne Academy newsletter, Feb 2011...Proverb: 'You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.')
1. Only one proverb or idiom per page.
2. Part or all the proverb/idiom as the title of the scrapbook or somewhere on the page. Any language but please put an English translation in the description of the scrapbook if you can.
3. Add supporting literal visuals/images/elements to represent the proverb/idiom either as it actually says or as it means (my icon could also show the meaning of the proverb - You can show people the way to do things, but you can't force them to act.)
4. New pages only.
5. Please credit the designer or source of any kits, elements, or images used.
This challenge is an inspiration from a challenge in 2009 by a lovely SBF member (gypsykate). Here is the link for more help and sample pages...
Challenge Starts: Saturday, April 19, 2014 12:00 AM EST
Challenge Ends: Thursday, April 24, 2014 11:00 PM EST
Maximum Scrapbooks per Member: 5
All members can vote in this challenge.
(Vote totals will be viewable after voting ends.)
Vote Starts: Saturday, April 19, 2014 12:00 AM EST
Vote Ends: Thursday, April 24, 2014 10:00 PM EST
This challenge is completed.